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Sep 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
[♪ theme music ♪] >> john: this is the "stephanie miller show" on current tv. good morning i'm john fugelsang filling in for stephanie all morning. and it's time to go over to jacki schechner at the current news room west coast. good morning, jacki. >> good morning, john. good morning, everybody. just moments ago the president and first lady gathered on the south lawn to honor a moment of silence in honor of the september 11th attacks. this afternoon president obama will head to walter reid medical senator where he will meet with wounded warriors and their families. both mitt romney and paul ryan have released statements in commemoration of this tragedy. romney promises we as a nation will never forget paul ryan extends his gratitude to the military and mentions first responders who are still suffering in new york. federal health officials have added 58 new types of cancer to the list of covered illnesses for those exposed to toxins at ground zero. coverage for treatment and care is available to first responders within 30 days. the port authority and sep
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
at the conclusion of this match. joke vinck -- djokovic serving for 4-2. bill: a physical game. john: physical, mental, you name it. it had pretty much everything. djokovic again the more willing of the two to move forward and that helped him hold on and keep that break. bill: the numbers again -- throw those out the window. john: these guys are playing well right now. it's an incredible u.s. open final that looks like going to a fifth set. bill: we've had 29 break points total. john: that we would have expected anyway. these are the two best returners in the game. the serve for djokovic has been hugely improved these last two sets. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcast
Sep 13, 2012 6:10am PDT
eastern. birds are chirping. >> john: can you believe how horrible this week has turned out to be? >> if i knew this would have happened i could have predicted that mitt romney would do this. people have such short memories when it comes to politics. it was only a few short weeks ago that mitt romney was overseas attacking the president, which everybody that was willing to talk about it said was unprecedented. so is it unprecedented for a desperate politician who is gasping at straws for relevancy to attack a sitting president without fully understand the gravity of what is happening abroad? it's unprecedented, but it's to be expected from a candidate in desperation mode. >> john: here is a brief time line what may have been a coordinated assault, demonstrates stormed the embassy in cairo, they scaled the wall and took down the american flag and hung up the black israel flag. they put out a statement condemning individuals who would hurt the feelings of our islam friends. later in the evening the obama said that was by the embassy they didn't speak for us
Sep 14, 2012 6:00am PDT
returns, then he's been going commando for the past 10 years. >> john: i'm john fugelsang and this is the "stephanie miller show." good golly we have missed stephanie all week. she'll be back on monday but if y'all have had such a horrible week of missing steph, allow me to recommend to you the best thing you'll see on your television all weekend. current tv has done a documentary on the sexy liberal comedy tour filmed in madison, wisconsin, and other places and that will air tonight at 9:00 pm on current tv. it features stephanie. i'm in it hal sparks is in it. aisha tyler is in it. some of the fans are in it. and it will give you a tiny idea of what it is like to be in the % audience. if you go there you will actually be scraping stephanie dna off of you. and let's go to your calls right now. i want to get a muslim's perspective of what is going on but first januarys that is calling from wisconsin. >> caller: good morning, last night my sixth grade son told me he is runs for president of his school. and my husband and i were like that is so cool. and we
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Sep 8, 2012 1:00am EDT
the audience? that is our show. tonight. [applause] john: the convention is over. we heard to sales pitches. both say government has the answer. elect me. we make your life better. really? what about those who believe in the individual proposed? our special correspondent kennedy is at the convention. anything that you liked? >> yes. number one. the veterans video. republicans could have capitalized it was emotional , and had the subtitle -- a plea from tom hanks which is better than clint eastwood and the chair. and gabby deferreds came on stage was silent and people were amazed what she could do. they were very moved. john: on the negative side? >> how long? the unfunded title mense and the promise of more big government. and assuming government will solve your problems. choice is a dirty word. both parties use it selectively. i found that offensive. john: we welcome back to that. also with an interview she did with the libertarian presidential candidates. what do others think about what we heard? we are with mark meckler uno run the citizens for self governance, hadley, and net gillespie.
Sep 10, 2012 5:30pm PDT
by the wind. john: exactly. the wind caught it. he's a little frustrated right now that he's letting this slip away. a couple of careless balls. he doesn't want to get down two he doesn't want to get down two breaks here. bill: are you kidding? john: oh! bill: ununbelievable display. mary: oh, boy. john: first one he didn't hit the strings at all. mary: he framed it. stayed in. gets off this and then again, he orchestrates the crowd. there wasn't quite enough love for him. after that they all responded appropriately. this is remarkable stuff. an -- in hour five of this an -- in hour five of this final. bill: 40-30. >> out. john: i tell you, he's hitting that ball exceptionally hard right now. murray is doing an outstanding job of making him hit that extra ball or two, just like that. that was too tough a shot to try right there. after four hours and 22 after four hours and 22 minutes. >> fault. john: that's a good job by djokovic to maintain his composure there. murray blasted away on a couple of big groundstrokes and he had a good look at this pass. just make him play. make him hit that extra
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Sep 22, 2012 1:00am EDT
the person up to speed. >> do they all get up to speed? >> absolutely. >> who knew. john till then has steadied the illinois teachers' union. i assume they are up to speed? >> it is a great irony of the again ceiling. people don't like that if the teacher is below par. but parents want to identify those teachers who are exceptional to be rewarded with merit pay. they want everybody -- everybody to be treated the same. >> they are spending 13,000 per stuent in chicago. >> exceptional teachers take those four kids would be greatly rewarded. but with the strike we just had they were fighting for the lack of accountability. they don't want to be held accountable. there was no apparent present at the negotiating table. john: most parents want to do the right thing. the average wage is 40,000. chicago teachers? >> 71,000 according to the union and the school district says 76,009 including pension closer at 90% which is more than our tax -- architects or nurses. >> we have the shortest school day and a few list ness met minutes. >> they say they are overworked. >> a child k-12 will get about
Sep 10, 2012 6:30pm EDT
, djokovic serving, trying to send this set to a tie-break. wins the first point. john: he seems the fresher of the two physically and this would be an unbelievable boost for him to somehow win this set now and he's in a position to do so. bill: from two breaks down. bill: terrific pass from murray for 15-15. john: he was well-positioned, novak, this time. he chips and charges, he's thinking down the line. he's done that often. that's an absolute beautiful angle by murray. no one's going to get to that no one's going to get to that shot. john: murray did everything right there. he kept on pounding away. really hitting some great groundstrokes. 30-shot rally again. djokovic finally going for too much. bill: murray had 15-30. john: what would this do to his head if he fights all the way back and loses his serve? bill: murray is two points away from a two sets lead. john: he's certainly expended a lot of effort and energy to get back into this set. back into this set. he wants to be rewarded for it. john: that looked out. called out. bill: called out. a late call. huh -- he considers challengin
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
john: murray was trying to hit a much bigger serve there. john: there it is. bill: what a shot that was by murray. john: that was a good shot. maybe djokovic thinks he's so fast he can get to it anyway. here's a ball he hits across court. he's still over to his left and that's where that door is open that's where that door is open for murray. >> fault. bill: murray able to get to the overhead. mary: it's almost as though murray is trusting his shots a little bit more. djokovic seems a little dis inclined to follow in on some of his shots because he's not sure they're falling in john: he should have followed in on that short shot, where murray was forced to hit off. mary: that's why perhaps djokovic is just a fraction of a moment late on some oaf these. bill: 40-15. bill: 40-15. >> fault. john: i'm not sure if he's trusting his shots or less bother out there. could be a tiny bit of both. >> out. john: this is, again, it is frustrating for both these guys. it really is tough. bill: john, when you think about novak djokovic, is his game a little more tightly calibrated? really eve
Sep 17, 2012 3:00am PDT
this is the "bill press show." >> john: this is the "bill press show." i'm john fugelsang filling in for bill, very happy to be with you for the next couple of hours. we'll be taking your calls all morning on governor romney's campaign, the film innocents of muslims not coming to a theater near you. arthur is calling from us long island. >> caller: good morning. first of all i'm a huge fan of your work. and i took some notes of the occupy wall street movement. i'm a big fan of them but after a year i see there is not so much stuff going on with them. i know they are still working, but i think the media is not bringing any at attention because of the elections, but also i think because they don't keep a clear message. >> john: i agree with you. i am a big admirer of the movement, i went to visit dozens of movements last year on my tour, and got to see a lot of really fine americans protesting and sleeping in tents to protest how bad things are in america, and they are getting called lazy. what do you think they should do. >> caller: they didn't support any democratic candidate
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Sep 15, 2012 1:00am EDT
. fighting to abolish the irs. >> better than romney o or obama's? party crashers. and that is our show. john: a sporting events. two candidates competing there are other people in the ring they have better ideas that obama or mitt romney? why should we even care? they probably will not win. matt welch says we should care because, i will let them explain. declaration of independence sing it can fix what is wrong and also running the candidate for ralph nader and author of "grand illusion." >> the two parties ask stack the deck against independent candidates starting with the ballot to laws which is the number one problem. how do i get off the ballot? john: just give a bunch of signatures. >> tens of thousands are hundreds. >> you may have to get 2 million signatures to protect yourself from people who tried to knock you off the ballot who less you interrupt the predictable outcome. john: of the system was more open they would be better off? >> when the two parties alternate like endanger the drug war there would be discussed in a way that had a healthier discourse. john: most americans do not
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Sep 29, 2012 1:00am EDT
to night. john: this week we have come to one of the most prestigious universities in america, university of maryland -- north carolina i debated former vermont governor about the role of government. i hope i convince them but i don't know. when everything it is important we have an open debate. and traditionally that is what universities were supposed to be about. open debate. but college campuses often are not. two reasons. some have speech codes of what you cannot say. some are so liberal libertarians and conservatives are ostracized if they speak up. you had a student here? >> 2010. and robert studies free-speech and is with fire the foundation for individual rights and education. hadley, you were not very political. what happened? >> i have opinions but struggled what i believe, when to speak up, and when to be quiet. john: the because of friends ? >> there were a variety of students that were very mature but others who could be loudmouth that overshadows the culture with a small group to make a lot of noise it can be intimidating. congressmen tom 10 credo was invited but
Sep 7, 2012 6:00pm EDT
to wait. it worked out. john: she wants to stamp her authority on this match early. an early come on. john: looked like it caught the outside of the line. bill: serena with the early break. a big moment in the career of sara errani this spring in paris. semifinals at the french open. [closed captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, division of cbs broadcasting, inc.] [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors transcription or for any errors in transcription.] bill: championship weekend at the u.s. open here in new york. women's semifinals. victoria azarenka won a battle earlier against maria sharapova. the bryan brothers won their 12th grand slam men's doubles championship to start the day. now it's serena williams and sara er
Sep 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
by -- singles and was beaten by del potro in the bronze medal match. john: he got one back but is it too little too late at 4-0 down? has he given murray too much of a lead? it certainly looks that way. bill: 4-1. we'll return after this. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, inc.] bill: novak djokovic trying to rally here in this second set. got one of the breaks back, so serving at 1-4. bill: murray just flicking the winner. mary: again, it's the movement that allows andy murray tline up shots like this. another one of those crazy backhands of this. look how many little steps he takes to make sure he can measure that one down the line. john: look how open that line
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Sep 1, 2012 1:00am EDT
hypocrisies served on both sides. republicans and protesters. john: be will hear about that later also an interview at the convention with ron paul. we are joy and by mark who founded the largest tea party group and nick gillespie from reason tv. they taught me about liberty. were you inspired? >> was that since the stood for could stay of later than i could i think he gave a good speech but i did not hear the specifics i would have liked to hurt. john: then why is it a good speech? >> he proved he was a good human being. he had a lot of fashion and vigor. the optics matter. he is lowering the bar. my behalf like to have heard that. john: he said nothing like that. >> i don't like the idea the implication of obama does a poor job so romney bryan and will fix the economy. and two per cent behind the wheel one-two here people exchanging voluntary with each other. john: he made fun of the obama line we will stop the rise of the ocean but i will fix your family? i assume he meant he would get out of the way? he implied government would solve it. >> that was the void of the speech he didn't
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Sep 3, 2012 9:00am EDT
politicians tell us they do. >> my job is to create jobs. john: where are all those jobs? >> more than two years since the recession, but job growth has been slow. why is this recovery worse? i say it is because government now has too many rules. >> lemonade for sale. john: i tried to open as simple lemonade stand but could not make it through the months of legal hoops required. so i did this without. the fox lawyer gave me the okay but did not actually sell anything. >> wait. i can let you drink this. john: i have to give everyone refunds and did eliminate back. how soon until american policies feature of rainier's out of business home? on to the nursery does you good. government is the war against lemonade stands, people who raised oysters on their own property, cigars sellers and marijuana sellers of being their states' laws. >> we will enforce federal law. >> too much federal law and state law and local law. it's killing jobs by making were illegal. illegal jobs. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now john stossel. john: i tried to get the permits to open a legal emanates st
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Sep 3, 2012 2:00pm EDT
john: are your instock exchanges wrong? [screaming] instinct tells us fly something dangerous. charity helps the poor. price-gouging is evil and every adult should vote. tonight we challenge your instincts. who helps the poor more, charity or business? >> charity. >> charity. john: but is that true? self-interest has fed more people than charity ever has. john: then, what scares you? are you scared of flying? your instinct misleads you. this is much more likely to kill you. woe all hear it is your duty to vote. i say some of you shouldn't vote because some of you don't know much. do you know who this is? >> tom brokaw? >> looks like will ferrell. >> don't know know who he is. john: do you vote? >> yes, sir. john: maybe you shouldn't if you don't know who these people are? >> you're correct. john: your instinct is it probably wrong. that's our show tonight. wrong. that's our show tonight. >> and now, john >> and now, john stossel. [applause] john: what does your brain tell you should do about our problems? we have plenty. lots of people are poor. here we should spread the wealt
Sep 10, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. john: that's absolutely right. djokovic, when it went over his head he just started the point over, which is smart. didn't go for too much. he's starting to take control of more of these baseline points, which is good news for points, which is good news for him. his serve is starting to work for him also. getting more free points off that. bill: 124, that last serve. bill: the men's championship of the u.s. open. we're in the third set. andy murray looking for his first grand slam title against the reigning u.s. open men's novak djokovic. murray took the first two sets and djokovic up a break, now 3-1 in the third set and tv's number one new comedy is on the move to a new time. catch the season premiere monday at 9:00, 8:00 central, monday at 9:00, 8:00 central, only cbs. the usta billie jean king national tennis center in new york. just across the east river from manhattan, as andy murray serves with a two sets lead at serves with a two sets lead at 1-3. andy has always been one of his generation's best tactical players. his mom says when he was 16 and couldn't train because of an
Sep 10, 2012 6:00am PDT
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> john: this is "the stephanie miller show." good morning. i'm john fuglesang. i'll be filling in for steph all week in spite of a very angry letter from michelle obama. i'm delighted to be here. we have great guests lined up today and all week long. really what matters most is that you the current viewer get your news from the only channel that matters and the only news girl that matters of course, i'm talking about the luminous and brilliant jacki schechner. good morning jacki. >> good morning, john, how are you? can you hear me? maybe he can't hear me. good morning everybody. there is no viable path to the presidency for mitt romney that does not include ohio and new poll numbers show that he's now losing to president obama in the key battleground state. the president holds a 5-point lead, this according to the public policy polling which is a democratic leaning outfit. but what's important about this is that mitt romney's campaigning in ohio today and at this point in the game, the num
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Sep 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
a monarch with no pension and that or no retirement. no sick pay. john: protesters are furious. six out of 10 americans say government should reduce the gap between the less well off. my next guest is absurdly rich and he says that is okay. why? you feed off the public. >> is that okay to make money and through the investment firm? we discover rapid the when people do their job for the. john: explained that. you shuffle money around. >> banking, speculator everybody could be accused of shoveling money. there is an economic reason we have been around since the roman empire. we see what happens when prices are wrong. but free economy get price is far more accurate than if the government tells you or nobody tells you. they serve a vital function. they get the money to the right to parts of the economy at the right price. john: if you bet wrong you lose your money. >> the idea. not sending money after a bad idea. failure is every bit as important as success. john: the results of that is the income disparity. it is big and growing bigger. is it a buy it -- byproduct of freedom? as the stock
Sep 7, 2012 6:30pm EDT
to be beside herself. what she needs to be beside is roberta vinci. her doubles partner. john: first ever canadian doubles semi. two-on-one. i'll take serena. bill: so there is the early break to serena, already up a set. winning the first 6-1. championship weekend continues tomorrow here on some cbs stations and cbs sports network. live at 11:00 a.m. eastern, that's at noontime, an hour earlier, the beginning of super steath saturday. one of the great days of the year in tennis. we'll start with the men's semifinals, andy murray faces toma is berdych and then defending champion novak djokovic takes on davidder of spain. then live on prime time, the women's championship. that's all tomorrow on cbs sports and a look at the men's draw. john: murray battled through. he looked like he was going to go two sets down. david ferrer has made a magnificent effort to get to the semis, he can bounce back after that 7-6 in the fifth? one of the fittest guys you'll ever see but a tall order against novak who looked so good last night. bill: ferrer pushed to the brink by tip certificate very much. best
Sep 3, 2012 4:25am EDT
quote ,000 americans in uniform who were killed in the conflict. later in the day, 87-year-old john mcgrory visited the memorial. he remembers that day 67 years ago when he and his army buddies learned that the japanese had agreed to surrender do you remember that day? >> yeah, we were given a lot of beer. >> reporter: he can laugh now. but during his trip he made a point of stopping at the part
Sep 3, 2012 8:00am PDT
nonviolent coordinating committee. now 13 term congressman john lewis. >> it is so important for people to understand, to know that people are suffering, struggling. some have died for the right to participate. the boat is the most powerful nonviolent tool that we have a democratic society. >> across that bridge, life lessons for change. with congress member john lewis. all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. amy goodman: we spend today's hour looking at the bloody struggle to obtain-and protect- voting rights in this country. since 2010, at least 10 states have passed laws that require people to show a government- issued photo id when they go to the polls. while supporters say the laws protect against voter fraud, others argue they're more likely to suppress voter turnout among people of color, the poor and proper id and find it harder to obtain one. in total, 16 states have passed restrictive voting laws that could shape the 2012 election, including the vital swing states of florida and pennsylvania. well, on mo
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Sep 6, 2012 11:00pm EDT
report tomorrow. what the democrats did is run a good show in charlotte whether michelle obama, john kerry was strong. joe biden. they did their job. so now these connections to raise money going into the debate season which i think will be way more important and tampa or charlotte. neil: you're reminded me people would entertain change change the president if the other one is the acceptable alternative. is it steady as she goes? >> negative centrist because barack obama has a lot of composure. you almost feel the unflappable self-confidence but people are starting to warm up to him but can they go past the ring of fire one-on-one winning two out of three debates? there is pressure with mitt romney but the democrats have the strong week they had problems with jerusalem and there was rain and also god but also a very successful week. neil: thank you. cardinal boland giving the of benediction. >> revealed to us so powerfully in your son jesus christ of the we think you for sharing your blessings upon the nation. bless all present and all across the great land to work hard. today when a
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Sep 5, 2012 11:00pm EDT
what it comes down to. >> we will see if there is about six or mobilization of. john mccain got a greater bounce and -- last time. but the majority of americans do not believe we're on the right track. he framed it as a choice welfare reform, medicare, medicaid, student loans we heard from those who took to it on the gender basis. neil: there are lot of added cost and surcharges where 5,000 doctors have issues of being in the profession. but this allows the electorate to say we forgive you because you are a promising student? >> o.r. for what clinton has done. it laid the predicate for obama on thursday. neil: barack obama appealing to his better instincts to to his better instincts to shine the light on the and a light where it can find it. making the compelling argument more government, and more initiatives on health care, of stimulus when republicans were running the table suddenly -- we have big dreams. one is for a clean, domestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work her
Sep 1, 2012 7:00am EDT
" or something like that. but then on the day, john said "let's call back that line." and, of course, everybody remembers that. >> narrator: even entire performances could be improvised. >> bueller? >> narrator: the teacher's role call was originally intended to be just an off-camera voiceover, but when a friend of the producers -- a political-speech writer -- walked in, it became much, much more. >> ben had a very unusual voice. and when i started reading this and the voiceover, "bueller? anyone?" you know, the names, i said, "wow, ben's voice would be great for this." >> "adams? adamly? adamowskly? bueller? bueller? bueller?" and i started reading that off-camera. >> the kids in the classroom every time ben would say something, they actually started laughing. the crew would laugh. >> john hughes said, "let's do that on-camera." and then i did it on-camera, and the student extras were just laughing their heads off. and john said, "why don't you -- do you have a scene that you could improvise right now that you could just do off the top of your head?" >> ben did his voodoo economics speech, whi
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Sep 4, 2012 11:30am PDT
george clinton he could bump things up senior a analyst john oliver joins us right now. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] >> and that is a high altitude. >> sea level.john, hillary neede a strong statement of support for barak obama. she made several of them. >> john: did she, jon jo.jon: i. >> john: did you.jon: i just sa. play the clip. >> hillary: no way, no how, nom. >> john: she never said shelaidr said she was human garbage. that would have sent a signal of support. >>jon: what about this. hillary: what about this barak owobama is my candidate and he s going to be president. >> john: she didn't say when.20. did you see her outfit she could have chose a more supported look than an tan tangerine pant suit. >>jon: you want this contest. >> that is the shore yo story sn ridicule me. i'm only doing it because it's fun and easy and i have time to kill. i used to be like you thinking the party would come together until i spent the entire evening finding a woman to under cut that theory. >>jon: did you? >> o >> john: i was at the pepsicent. are you ready to heal? >> are you read
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